My brother and I stayed here recently for one night. Al and Denny, the caretakers are very attentive and gracious hosts. They really made me feel welcomed. I would encourage anyone who is thinking of spending time away from the city, and wanting to discover a real gem in the woods, to visit this place. The setting, as well as the hosts are outstanding. Thank you kindly Al and Denny.
Spent three very pleasant days at the lodge. Had a lovely room in a beautiful heritage home with interesting decor of antiques and amazing First Nations artwork. Many trails to walk near the river and through the forest including access to a spectacular waterfall. A delicious breakfast was served each morning and it is only a five minute drive to the restaurant at Sandpiper Golf Resort for other meals. Lots to explore and visit in the area. Many thanks to Denny and Al for welcoming us to their wonderful retreat, hope to see you again soon. Julie and Sheila
We had a bedroom with 2 beds and a washroom. Breakfast was included and it was delicious with a variety of fruit, yogurt, eggs, pancakes etc. and they accommodated various dietary needs. I'm vegetarian and had plenty to eat! This is the perfect bed and breakfast with large, welcoming rooms in a 100+ year old home on beautiful grounds.
The Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge is a unique and welcoming grand old house built in 2003. It was perfect for our group of 16 to spend 3 nights in the Harrison Mills area golfing, exploring Harrson Lake and using Shoreline Cruises for a 2 hour tour of The lake itself. But the lodge was the most charming place to come home to. There was lots of room for us to gather or roam the outdoors, enjoy the pool, the recreation room and the snooker/pool table. After playing hard all day a good nights sleep was had in the period style rooms. Your room includes a fabulous and tasty breakfast in the dining room where we were all able to be seated at the long table. Al and Denny are great cooks and so hospitable that we felt right at home in this history rich old mansion. Our hosts were very knowledgeable and more than happy to share the various transitional periods of the home from the early 20th century as the family estate of the prominent Pretty family to the present. You'll just have to go for a visit to hear the rest of the story! FYI, you turn at the Sasquatch Inn pub which serves up a good lunch menu, the lodge is 5 minutes from the Sandpiper Golf course and about 25-30 to Harrison Lake. The Sasquatch Mountain Ski Resort is also very close by but not sure how long it takes to get there from the Sasquatch Crossing Eco Lodge.…
Warm thanks to Denny and Al for the best possible welcome, wonderful breakfasts, and lots of lore about the gorgeous lodge - well deserving of its eco-status - and about other local gems. Thanks too to Sts'ailes Nation. This is a treasure not to be missed!